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Overview

Agency History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Organization of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Minutes and agenda, 1991-2008,

Organizational charts, 2001-2003,

Texas State Ethics Advisory Commission opinions, 1984, 1986, bulk 1984,

Candidate-officeholder and specific-purpose political committee contribution and expenditure reports, 1979-1996, bulk 1992-1994,

State officers personal financial statements, 1992-1996,

Administrative correspondence, 1997-2000, undated, bulk 1999,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Ethics Commission:

An Inventory of Ethics Commission Records at the Texas State Archives, 1979-2008, undated, bulk 1992-1996



Overview

Creator: Texas Ethics Commission.
Title: Ethics Commission records
Dates: 1979-2008, undated
Dates: bulk 1992-1996
Abstract: The Texas Ethics Commission has the following powers, which are documented by these records: to pursue sworn complaints alleging violations of state ethics laws; to penalize violators of state ethics laws; to sponsor ethics training and informational programs, and to explain compliance guidelines; to issue advisory opinions, which apply ethics laws to specific situations of fact; to require regulatory agencies of the executive branch to develop rules for the commission's approval that limit the acceptance of benefits from regulated entities; to recommend salary levels for members of the legislature and the lieutenant governor, which are submitted to the voters at the next general election; to set the per diem paid to legislators and to the lieutenant governor. The Ethics Commission was preceded by a Public Servant Standards of Conduct Advisory Committee, and a State Ethics Advisory Commission. These records consist of copies of minutes and agenda of meetings, organizational charts, Texas State Ethics Advisory Commission opinions, candidate-officeholder and specific-purpose political committee contribution and expenditure reports, state officers personal financial statements, and administrative correspondence. Overall dates are 1979-2008, bulk 1992-1996.
Quantity: 114.5 cubic ft.
Location: Please note that some of these records (namely Candidate-officeholder and specific-purpose political committee contribution and expenditure reports and State officers personal financial statements) are stored at the State Records Center. Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under the Public Information Act exceptions, these records must be reviewed by an archivist before they can be accessed for research. Records requested before 10:00 a.m. will usually be available for review by an archivist by 4:00 p.m. the same day. Records requested after 10:00 a.m. and before 3:00 p.m will usually be available for review by an archivist by noon the next day. See the "Restrictions on Access" statement in this document for further information.
Language: These materials are written predominately in English with scattered Spanish throughout.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

The Texas Ethics Commission was created by a constitutional amendment which the voters approved in November 1991 (Article III, Section 24a); it was established by Senate Bill 1, 72nd Legislature, Regular Session, 1991, and began operations in January 1992. It has the following powers: to pursue sworn complaints alleging violations of state ethics laws (investigations into sworn complaints are confidential, but formal hearings on allegations are public); to penalize violators of state ethics laws; to sponsor ethics training and informational programs, and to explain compliance guidelines; to issue advisory opinions, which apply ethics laws to specific situations of fact; to require regulatory agencies of the executive branch to develop rules for the commission's approval that limit the acceptance of benefits from regulated entities; to recommend salary levels for members of the legislature and the lieutenant governor, which are submitted to the voters at the next general election; to set the per diem paid to legislators and to the lieutenant governor.

The laws and regulations that the commission enforces include those concerning the following: political contributions and expenditures and political advertising; lobbyist activities; financial disclosure and conduct of state officers and employees; and the contributions and expenditures for the race for speaker of the house. Prior to the creation of the Ethics Commission, the Secretary of State's office administered the filings required by these ethics laws. The advisory opinions which the commission issues concern these laws as well as laws governing bribery, corrupt influence, and abuse of office. These advisory opinions can be used as a defense in a criminal prosecution or in a matter involving civil penalties if the defendant relied on an opinion of the commission in making decisions regarding his or her behavior, or if the defendant's situation is substantially similar to that outlined in the opinion (the identity of a person requesting an advisory opinion is confidential).

The Ethics Commission consists of eight members representing the general public, serving overlapping four-year terms. Four are appointed by the governor, two by the lieutenant governor, and two by the speaker of the house, all of them chosen from lists provided by senate and house caucuses representing political parties required by law to hold primary elections (currently the Democratic and Republican parties). They are non-salaried positions, and the members annually elect a chair.

The Ethics Commission was preceded by a Public Servant Standards of Conduct Advisory Committee, created in 1981 to expire in 1983 (House Bill 3, 67th Legislature, Regular Session); and a State Ethics Advisory Commission (appropriation: Senate Bill 22, 68th Legislature, 1st Called Session, 1983).

(Sources include the Texas Ethics Commission appraisal report (May 2000); the Guide to Texas State Agencies, 10th edition (1999); the article by John G. Johnson on the Texas Ethics Commission in the New Handbook of Texas Online; the Texas Ethics Commission Strategic Plan, FY 1998-FY 2003; and the Texas Ethics Commission web site (http://www.ethics.state.tx.us), accessed November 2005.)

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The Texas Ethics Commission has the following powers, which are documented by these records: to pursue sworn complaints alleging violations of state ethics laws; to penalize violators of state ethics laws; to sponsor ethics training and informational programs, and to explain compliance guidelines; to issue advisory opinions, which apply ethics laws to specific situations of fact; to require regulatory agencies of the executive branch to develop rules for the commission's approval that limit the acceptance of benefits from regulated entities; to recommend salary levels for members of the legislature and the lieutenant governor, which are submitted to the voters at the next general election; to set the per diem paid to legislators and to the lieutenant governor. The Ethics Commission was preceded by a Public Servant Standards of Conduct Advisory Committee, and a State Ethics Advisory Commission. These records consist of copies of minutes and agenda of meetings, organizational charts, Texas State Ethics Advisory Commission opinions, candidate-officeholder and specific-purpose political committee contribution and expenditure reports, state officers personal financial statements, and administrative correspondence. Overall dates are 1979-2008, bulk 1992-1996.

Copies of minutes and agenda of meetings of the Texas Ethics Commission Transition Task Force, dating October-December 1991, are following by minutes and agenda for the Texas Ethics Commission dating 1992-2008. The summary minutes include the following: advisory opinion requests (AORs), usually with the question and a summary answer (these form the most voluminous part of the minutes); commission comments, executive director comments, and comments from the public; discussion and action on proposed rules; briefings, discussion, and possible action on a variety of other items, including the budget, the strategic plan, the electronic database, interagency contracts, training programs for state employees and members of the legislature, an imaging system to replace the microfilming of archived records, requests to waive certain fines assessed for late filings of reports, etc. No minutes have been located by the Ethics Commission or by the State Archives for either the Public Servant Standards of Conduct Advisory Committee, or the State Ethics Advisory Commission, predecessors of the Ethics Commission created in 1981 and 1983.

There are five organizational charts of the Texas Ethics Commission, dating July 2001-February 2003. Names of all 35 to 36 employees are included in these one-page charts, along with their job titles.

Advisory opinions consist of copies of 29 ethics advisory opinions issued by the Texas State Ethics Advisory Commission in 1984 and 1986, the bulk of them from 1984. Each opinion contains a brief statement of the request for opinion, the opinion itself, and a summary of the opinion, and is signed by the chairman of the State Ethics Advisory Commission. The opinions concern such issues as lobbying activities and expenses, campaign contributions, travel, personal use of state equipment, amendments to financial statements made after filing, loans by candidates to political action committees, use of political contributions to purchase a residence, compensation for services rendered by the executive director of a state regulatory agency to an out-of-state industry in the regulated field, etc.

The largest groups of records are the ethics filings, including contribution and expenditure reports of candidates and officeholders, and state officers personal financial statements. Contribution and expenditure reports of candidates and officeholders, and of specific-purpose political committees, with associated correspondence, date 1979-1996, bulk 1992-1994. Included are accounts from primary, general, and special elections. The following officeholders (and candidates for those positions) are required to file these reports with the Texas Ethics Commission: statewide elective offices (governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, state comptroller, land commissioner, agriculture commissioner, railroad commissioners, supreme court justices, and court of criminal appeals judges); state senators and state representatives; courts of appeals justices; members of the State Board of Education; district judges; district attorneys from multi-county districts; and certain county chairs of political parties. Each candidate, campaign manager, or assistant campaign manager was required to keep a record of all funds received and disbursed. The reports include the following: names and addresses of all contributors of more than $50 aggregate, plus the amounts; names and addresses of all persons and entitites receiving expenditures of more than $50 aggregate, plus the amounts and the purposes; and a summary.

State officers personal financial statements date 1992-1996. They consist of financial disclosure statements of the following: state officers (i.e., elected officers at the state or district level, appointed officers, salaried appointed officers, appointed officers of major state agencies, and executive heads of state agencies), candidates for elective office, and party chairmen. Files report the financial activities of the individual, and of his spouse and dependent children (if the individual had actual control over that financial activity during the preceding calendar year).

Administrative correspondence dates 1997-2000 and undated, with the bulk of it from 1999. It includes correspondence, memoranda, a request for offer (RFO), vendor's responses to the RFO, reports and studies, surveys, bill analyses, notes, spreadsheets, and audiocassettes of Texas Senate hearings. All of this material relates to the development of an electronic filing system.

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Organization of the Records

These records have been organized by State Archives staff into six series:
Minutes and agenda, 1991-2008, 1.25 cubic ft.
Organizational charts, 2001-2003, fractional
Texas State Ethics Advisory Commission opinions, 1984, 1986, bulk 1984, fractional
Candidate-officeholder and specific-purpose political committee contribution and expenditure reports, 1979-1996, bulk 1992-1994, 45 cubic ft.
State officers personal financial statements, 1992-1996, 67 cubic ft.
Administrative correspondence, 1997-2000, undated, bulk 1999, 1 cubic ft.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, bank account numbers (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.136); driver's license numbers (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.130); and home addresses and phone numbers of government employees or officials (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.117), an archivist must review Candidate-officeholder and specific-purpose political committee contribution and expenditure reports and State officers personal financial statements before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Chapter 552). The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (Dir_Lib@tsl.state.tx.us), or see our web page (http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/agency/customer/pia.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.

Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

To listen to the audio recordings in the series Administrative correspondence, please contact the Archives' Preservation Officer. Audio cassettes require playback equipment provided by the Archives' Preservation Officer.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects:
Political ethics--Texas.
Campaign funds--Texas.
Financial disclosure--Texas.
Political action committees--Texas.
Document Types:
Minutes--Texas--Political ethics--1991-2008.
Agenda--Texas--Political ethics--1991-2008.
Organization charts--Texas--Political ethics--2001-2003.
Opinions--Texas--Political ethics--1984, 1986.
Financial statements--Texas--Campaign funds--1979-1996, bulk 1992-1994.
Lists--Texas--Campaign funds--1979-1996, bulk 1992-1994.
Correspondence--Texas--Campaign funds--1979-2000, undated, bulk 1992-1994.
Financial statements--Texas--Financial disclosure--1992-1996.
Correspondence--Texas--Financial disclosure--1992-1996.
Functions:
Enforcing political ethics.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas Secretary of State, Elections Division, Disclosure Filings Section: State officers personal financial statements, 1957-1976, bulk 1973-1976, 36 cubic ft.
Texas Secretary of State, Elections Division, Disclosure Filings Section: Candidate campaign contribution and expense statements, 1918-1989, 253.39 cubic ft.
Texas Secretary of State, Elections Division, Disclosure Filings Section: Political Action Committee campaign contribution and expense statements, 1973-1983, 1985-1989, 193.2 cubic ft. (in two parts)
Texas Secretary of State, Elections Division, Disclosure Filings Section: Speaker's race, campaign finance statements, 1971-1985, 1 cubic ft.
Texas Secretary of State, Elections Division, Disclosure Filings Section: Lobbyist activity reports, 1987-1989, 16 cubic ft. [No finding aid is available for these unprocessed records. Call numbers are 1992/041-1 thru 16.]
Texas Legislature, Senate, Committee to Investigate Campaign Expenses, Records [restricted], 1941, fractional
Texas Legislature, House of Representatives, Committee to Investigate Bribery Charges, Records [restricted], 1927, fractional
Texas Legislature, Joint Anti-Nepotism Committee, Reports, 1933-1934, 0.15 cubic ft.
Texas Legislature, House of Representatives, Committee of the Whole House in Investigation of Charges Against Hon. J.T. Robison, Commissioner of the General Land Office, Records, 1929, 0.94 cubic ft.
Texas Legislature, House of Representatives, Committee of the Whole in the Investigation of Charges Made in the House of Representatives Against S.H. Terrell, Comptroller, Proceedings, 1930, 0.24 cubic ft.
Texas Legislature, House of Representatives, Committee to Investigate Job Selling, Reports, 1933-1934, 0.24 cubic ft.
Texas State Securities Board, Records, 1933-2005, 9.71 cubic ft. [especially Sharpstown scandal newspaper clippings, 1973-1975, 0.2 cubic ft.]
Publications
List of registered lobbyists by lobby subject matter.
List of registered lobbyists with employers/clients, sorted by lobbyist name.
List of employers/clients with lobbyists, sorted by employers/client name.
Lists of late filers of ethics filings are published in the Texas Register.
Ethics Advisory Opinions, Number 1 thru 449, 1992-2003.
Indexes to Ethics Advisory Opinions, 1992, 1993, 1992-1994 (cumulative), 1995, 1996, 1992-1997 (cumulative).

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Texas Ethics Commission records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1998/025, 1999/101, 2000/056, 2001/051, 2001/155, 2003/060, 2003/072, 2003/179, 2003/191, 2004/006, 2005/145, 2007/106, 2007/181, 2008/113, 2009/089

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Ethics Commission on October 15 and November 4, 1997; January 28, 1999; October 29, 1999; October 31, 2000; August 31, 2001; October 21, 2002; July 22, 2003; August 19, 2003; September 8, 2003; May 31, 2005; March 1, 2007; June 14, 2007; March 12, 2008; and January 21, 2009; and by the Texas Legislative Reference Library on October 30, 2002.

Processing Information

Minutes and agenda processed by Tony Black, February 1998 and June 1998

Finding aid encoded by Tony Black in EAD Version 1.0 as part of the TARO project, October 2002

Finding aid converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by TARO using the conversion stylesheet v1to02.xsl, July 22, 2003

New accessions added (minutes and agenda, and organization charts) by Tony Black, August 2003

New accession added (opinions) by Tony Black, September 2003

New accession added (campaign finance reports), and corrections and further encoding to DACS standards by Tony Black, November 2005

New accessions added (minutes, personal financial statements, and administrative correspondence) by Tony Black, March 2008

New accession added (minutes and agenda) and further corrections by Tony Black, February 2009

Appraisal Information

Texas State Archives staff completed an appraisal of the Texas Ethics Commission records in May 2000, revised June 2006. (This appraisal report is available online at http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/appraisal/txethics.html, and also in the search room of the Texas State Archives.) Thirteen series on the agency’s retention schedule were determined to be archival: Legislative appropriation requests, Strategic Plans, Organization charts, Meeting agenda and minutes, General-purpose political committee contribution and expenditure reports, Candidate-officeholder and specific-purpose political committee contribution and expenditure reports, State officers personal financial statements, Speaker of the House reports, Correspondence - administrative, Filer notebook lists, Sworn complaint orders - non-confidential, Training materials, and Published ethics opinions.

The archival requirement for the legislative appropriation requests, strategic plans, and organization charts is fulfilled by sending copies of the legislative appropriation requests and strategic plans (which contain organization charts) to the State Publications Depository Program of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. The Texas Documents Collection holds legislative appropriations requests dated 1992-2005 (for FY 1994-FY 2007), and strategic plans for the years 1992-1998 (published in 1992), 1995-1999 (published in 1994), 1998-2003 (published in 1998), and 2001-2005 (published in 2000), received via the State Publications Depository Program.

Filer notebook lists, Sworn complaint orders - non-confidential, and Training materials have so far not been transferred by the Ethics Commission to the Texas State Archives. Speaker of the House reports have been transferred to the Texas State Archives by the Secretary of State, but not by the Ethics Commission.

Accruals

The Ethics Commission transfers copies of minutes and agenda to the Texas State Archives regularly, usually on an annual basis.

Other Formats for the Records

The Texas Ethics Commission periodically mounts its recent minutes and agenda on the agency web site (http://www.ethics.state.tx.us/tec/meetings.htm), earlier ones as HTM files, later ones as PDF files. As of February 2009, this includes minutes and agenda from Commission meetings dating from January 2005 to the present.

Location of Originals

The record copies of minutes and agenda are maintained by the Texas Ethics Commission.

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

Minutes and agenda, 1991-2008,
1.25 cubic ft.

The Texas Ethics Commission, consisting of eight members representing the general public, has the following powers, which are documented by these minutes and agenda: to pursue sworn complaints alleging violations of state ethics laws; to penalize violators of state ethics laws; to sponsor ethics training and informational programs, and to explain compliance guidelines; to issue advisory opinions, which apply ethics laws to specific situations of fact; to require regulatory agencies of the executive branch to develop rules for the commission's approval that limit the acceptance of benefits from regulated entities; to recommend salary levels for members of the legislature and the lieutenant governor, which are submitted to the voters at the next general election; to set the per diem paid to legislators and to the lieutenant governor. These records consist of copies of minutes and agenda of meetings of the Texas Ethics Commission, dating 1992-2008. Also included are copies of minutes and agenda of meetings of the Texas Ethics Commission Transition Task Force, dating October-December 1991. The summary minutes of the Ethics Commission include the following: advisory opinion requests (AORs), usually with the question and a summary answer (these form the most voluminous part of the minutes); commission comments, executive director comments, and comments from the public; discussion and action on proposed rules; briefings, discussion, and possible action on a variety of other items, including the budget, the strategic plan, the electronic database, interagency contracts, training programs for state employees and members of the legislature, an imaging system to replace the microfilming of archived records, requests to waive certain fines assessed for late filings of reports, etc. Beginning with the March 7, 1992 meeting, each set of minutes is prefaced with this statement: "This meeting was tape recorded. These minutes are a summary record of the actions taken at the meeting. A detailed record of the discussions and statements made at this meeting is available by reviewing the audio tapes on file at the commission's office."
No minutes have been located for either the Public Servant Standards of Conduct Advisory Committee, or the State Ethics Advisory Commission, predecessors of the Ethics Commission created in 1981 and 1983.
Arrangement
These records are arranged by the creating agency chronologically.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Minutes and agenda, Texas Ethics Commission records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1998/025, 1999/101, 2000/056, 2001/051, 2003/060, 2003/072, 2003/191, 2007/106, 2009/089
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Ethics Commission on October 15 and November 4, 1997; January 28, 1999; October 29, 1999; October 31, 2000; October 21, 2002; August 19, 2003; March 1, 2007; and January 21, 2009; and by the Texas Legislative Reference Library on October 30, 2002.
Restrictions on Access
Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
Technical Requirements
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, February 1998, June 1998, October 2002, August 2003, March 2008, February 2009
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2004/006 Texas Ethics Commission Transition Task Force minutes and agenda, 1991
Minutes and agenda, October 4, 1991
Minutes, agenda, and supporting documents, November 15, 1991
Public hearing transcript, November 26, 1991
Agenda, December 11, 1991
(Minutes could not be found for the December meeting.)
Box
1998/025-1 Texas Ethics Commission minutes and agenda, 1992-2008
January 1992
(3 meetings)
February 1992
March 1992
April 1992
May 1992
June 1992
July 1992
(2 meetings)
September 9, 1992
September 10, 1992
October 1992
November 5, 1992
November 6, 1992
December 1992
January 1993
February 1993
April 1, 1993
April 28, 1993
June 1993
September 2, 1993
September 30, 1993
November 1993
January 1994
March 1994
May 1994
June 1994
July 1994
August 1994
September 1994
October 1994
November 1994
December 1994
January 1995
(2 meetings)
February 1995
March 1995
April 1995
(2 meetings; no minutes for April 21)
May 1995
June 1995
July 1995
August 1995
September 1995
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1998/025-2 October 1995
November 1995
December 1995
January 1996
February 1996
March 1996
April 1996
May 1996
June 1996
July 1996
(2 meetings)
August 1996
September 1996
October 1996
November 1996
December 1996
January 1997
February 1997
March 1997
April 1997
May 1997
July 1997
August 1997
September 1997
November 1997
December 1997
January 1998
February 1998
April 1998
May 1998
June 1998
July 1998
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1999/101 August 1998
October 1998
December 1998
February 1999
March 1999
May 1999
July 1999
August 1999
September 1999
October 1999
November 1999
December 1999
January 2000
March 2000
April 2000
June 2000
July 2000
August 2000
September 2000
October 2000
November 2000
December 2000
January 2001
February 2001
April 2001
May 2001
June 2001
August 2001
October 2001
November 2001
December 2001
January 2002
February 2002
March 2002
April 11, 2002
April 12, 2002
May 2002
July 2002
August 15-16, 2002
(2 meetings)
October 2002
November 2002
December 2002
January 2003
April 2003
May 2003
July 2003
(agenda only)
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2007/106 July 2003
September 2003
November 2003
January 2004
March 2004
May 2004
July 2004
September 2004
November 2004
January 2005
March 2005
May 2005
July 2005
September 2005
November 2005
January 2006
March 2006
May 2006
July 2006
September 2006
November 2006
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2009/089 February 2007
April 2007
June 2007
August 2007
October 2007
November 2007
December 2007
February 2008
April 3, 2008
April 4, 2008
June 2008
August 2008
October 2008
December 2008

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Organizational charts, 2001-2003,
fractional

The Texas Ethics Commission (as of 2000) was organized into five divisions: Enforcement, Disclosure Filings, Advisory Opinions and Education, Administration, and Computer Services. There were at that time 33 full-time equivalent employees. These records document that structural organization, consisting of five organizational charts of the Texas Ethics Commission, dating July 2001-February 2003. Names of all 35 to 36 employees are included in these one-page charts, along with their job titles.
The organization charts are also published in the agency Strategic Plans, including 1992-1998 (June 1992), 1995-1999 (August 1994), 1998-2003 (June 1998), and 2001-2005 (June 2000). These earlier charts do not indicate the names of the employees holding each position.
Arrangement
These records have been arranged by State Archives staff chronologically.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Organizational charts, Texas Ethics Commission records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2001/155, 2003/179
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Ethics Commission on August 31, 2001; and July 22, 2003.
Restrictions on Access
Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
Technical Requirements
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, October 2002, August 2003
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2004/006 Organizational chart, August 2001
Organizational charts, 2001-2003

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Texas State Ethics Advisory Commission opinions, 1984, 1986, bulk 1984,
fractional

Among the duties of the Texas Ethics Commission are to issue advisory opinions, which apply ethics laws to specific situations of fact. The commission was preceded by a Public Servant Standards of Conduct Advisory Committee, created in 1981 to expire in 1983; and a State Ethics Advisory Commission in 1983. These records consist of copies of 29 ethics advisory opinions issued by the Texas State Ethics Advisory Commission in 1984 and 1986, the bulk of them (1984-1 thru 27) from 1984. Each opinion contains a brief statement of the request for opinion, the opinion itself, and a summary of the opinion, and is signed by the chairman of the State Ethics Advisory Commission. The opinions concern such issues as lobbying activities and expenses, campaign contributions, travel, personal use of state equipment, amendments to financial statements made after filing, loans by candidates to political action committees, use of political contributions to purchase a residence, compensation for services rendered by the executive director of a state regulatory agency to an out-of-state industry in the regulated field, etc.
These opinions were transferred because of gaps in the holdings of the Texas Documents Collection of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, which has some, but not all of these opinions. The Texas Documents Collection also has Ethics Advisory Opinions, Number 1 thru 426, issued by the Texas Ethics Commission, 1992-2000.
The Texas Register published summaries of the following Advisory Opinion Requests (in 1983, 1984, and 1986):
  • House Ethics Committee: AOR-68-1 thru 5 (in 1983) and AOR 68-6 thru 7 (in 1984);
  • State Ethics Advisory Commission: AOR-1983-1 (in 1983); AOR-1984-1 thru 29, 35 thru 37, and 39 thru 40 (in 1984); AOR-1986-1 and 2 (in 1986).
The Texas Register published summaries of the following Advisory Opinions (all in 1984):
  • House Ethics Committee: AO-68-2, and 4 thru 7;
  • State Ethics Advisory Commission: AO-1983-1 and 2, and 6 thru 27.
There is also an online searchable (and browseable) database at http://www.ethics.state.tx.us/legal/AT-eaosquery.html (accessed February 2009).
Historical Notes
From the beginning of its existence, one of the fundamental duties of the Texas Ethics Commission has been to issue ethics advisory opinions. If a person subject to one of the ethics laws requests (in writing) an opinion on any of those laws "in regard to a specified existing or hypothetical factual situation," the Ethics Commission is required to issue such a written opinion. The name of the person requesting the opinion is confidential. The Ethics Commission may also issue a written advisory opinion on its own initiative. Furthermore, "the commission shall number and categorize each advisory opinion issued and annually shall compile a summary of its opinions in a single reference document." (Texas Government Code, Sections 571.091 and 571.095)
The laws and regulations that the commission enforces include those concerning the following: political contributions and expenditures and political advertising; lobbyist activities; financial disclosure and conduct of state officers and employees; the contributions and expenditures for the race for speaker of the house; the contributions to Governor-for-a-Day and Speaker's Reunion Day ceremonies; representation before state agencies by legislators or former agency board members; and financial statements of judges of statutory county courts or statutory probate courts who elect to file with the Ethics Commission in lieu of the county clerk. The advisory opinions which the commission issues concern these laws as well as laws governing bribery, corrupt influence, and abuse of office.
The Ethics Commission was preceded by a Public Servant Standards of Conduct Advisory Committee, created in 1981 to expire in 1983 (House Bill 3, 67th Legislature, Regular Session); and an 11-member State Ethics Advisory Commission (House Bill 2154, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, 1983), which issued ethics advisory opinions. In addition, the House Ethics Committee (of the Texas Legislature) was authorized to issue ethics advisory opinions, some of which were summarized in the Texas Register in 1983 and 1984.
Arrangement
These records are arranged by the creating agency numerically, which is also chronologically.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Texas State Ethics Advisory Commission opinions, Texas Ethics Commission records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2004/006
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Ethics Commission on September 8, 2003.
Restrictions on Access
Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
Technical Requirements
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, September 2003
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2004/006 State Ethics Advisory Commission opinions, 1984:
Advisory Opinion 1984-1 thru 5
Advisory Opinion 1984-6 thru 10
Advisory Opinion 1984-11 thru 15
Advisory Opinion 1984-16 thru 20
Advisory Opinion 1984-21 thru 27
State Ethics Advisory Commission opinions, 1986:
Advisory Opinion 1986-1 thru 2

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Candidate-officeholder and specific-purpose political committee contribution and expenditure reports, 1979-1996, bulk 1992-1994,
45 cubic ft.

One of the primary functions of the Texas Ethics Commission is to receive and make available to the public the various ethics filings required by Texas law, including the contribution and expenditure reports of candidates for public office, and the specific-purpose committees created to support (or oppose) the election of those candidates. These records are those contribution and expenditure reports of candidates and officeholders, and of specific-purpose political committees, with associated correspondence, dating 1979-1996, bulk 1992-1994. Included are accounts from primary, general, and special elections. The following officeholders (and candidates for those positions) are required to file these reports with the Texas Ethics Commission: statewide elective offices (governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, state comptroller, land commissioner, agriculture commissioner, railroad commissioners, supreme court justices, and court of criminal appeals judges); state senators and state representatives; courts of appeals justices; members of the State Board of Education; district judges; district attorneys from multi-county districts; and certain county chairs of political parties. Each candidate, campaign manager, or assistant campaign manager was required to keep a record of all funds received and disbursed. The types of reports include the following: 30th day before an election, 8th day before an election or runoff, July 15, January 15, final report, 48 hour report required by modified reporting procedure, 15th day after appointment of campaign treasurer by an officeholder, and annual report of unexpended contributions.
The first page of each report gives the following information: the first full name and address of the candidate or officeholder; office held or office sought; name, address, and telephone number of campaign treasurer; date and type of election if applicable; date span and type of report; full name and address of political committee accepting political contributions or making political expenditures for the filer, and full name and address of the committee's campaign treasurer. The contributions portion of each report includes the following information: full name and complete address of each person from whom contributions in an aggregate amount of more than $50 were received, the dates, and the amounts (divided among money, loans of money, or in-kind contributions); full name of financial institutions and guarantors of loans, date of loan, amount, and interest rate if below prime. The expenditures portion of each report includes the following information: full name and complete address of each person or entity to whom any expenditure in an aggregate amount of more than $50 were made, the date, the amount, and the purpose. Finally is a summary, including the following: the total of all contributions received aggregating $50 or less; the total of all expenditures made aggregating $50 or less; and the grand totals of all contributions and expenditures for the reporting period.
Correspondence is between the candidate/officeholder or his/her campaign treasurer and the staff of the Ethics Commission, and (in addition to simple cover letters) concerns late filings, failure to file, the consequences of those actions, and other issues. Also included are occasional statements of organization from political action committees (PACs), usually accompanied by a cover letter from the PAC to the candidate; these account for most of the earliest documentation prior to 1992. Documents prior to the creation of the Texas Ethics Commission in 1992 were maintained by the Disclosure Filings Section of the Office of the Texas Secretary of State.
See also Texas Secretary of State, Elections Division, Disclosure Filings Section: Candidate campaign contribution and expense statements, 1918-1989, 253.39 cubic ft. and Texas Secretary of State, Elections Division, Disclosure Filings Section: Political Action Committee campaign contribution and expense statements, 1973-1983, 1985-1989, 193.2 cubic ft. (in two parts).
Arrangement
These records are arranged by the creating agency alphabetically by last name of candidate/officeholder. Within each file records are usually in reverse chronological order. Specific purpose committee reports are located immediately after the report of the candidate/officeholder for whose support that committee was created.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Candidate-officeholder and specific-purpose political committee contribution and expenditure reports, Texas Ethics Commission records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2005/145
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Ethics Commission on May 31, 2005.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, bank account numbers (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.136); driver's license numbers (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.130); and home addresses and phone numbers of government employees or officials (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.117), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Chapter 552). The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (Dir_Lib@tsl.state.tx.us), or see our web page (http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/agency/customer/pia.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.
Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
Technical Requirements
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, November 2005
Box
2005/145-1 Abascal, Amado, 1991-1994
Abbott, David K., 1992-1993
Ables, Stephen B., 1992-1994
Aboussie, Marilyn, 1992-1994
Actkinson, Johnny W., 1992-1994
Adams, Kent, 1992-1994
Adask, Alfred, 1992-1994
Addington, Elmer A. III, 1992-1993
Adkins, Dave W., 1992-1994
Aguero, Bidal, 1992-1993
Aikin, A. M. (Bob), 1992-1994
Alderete, Joe V. Jr., 1992
Alexander, Clyde H., 1992-1994
(Missing page 17 of 19 on January 15, 1992 report.)
Alexander, James Robert, 1993
Alexander, Ray, 1992-1993
Allee, Donald W., 1993-1994
Allen, Alma A., 1992-1994
Allen, Jim, 1992-1993
Allen, Phil L., 1992
Allen, Robert Ray, 1992-1994
Alley, David Mark, 1992
Allred, Dave, 1992-1994
Alonzo, Roberto R., 1992-1994
Alvarado, Carol A., 1993-1994
Alvarado, Leo G., 1992-1994
Ammel, William L., 1993-1994
Ancira, Ernesto Jr., 1992-1993
Andell, Eric G., 1993-1994
Anderson, John S., 1993-1994
Anderson, Marshall W., 1992-1994
Anderson, Ray D., 1992-1994
Anderson, Richard M., 1992-1993
Anderson, William R. Jr., 1992-1993
Andrews, Naomi Cox, 1992-1994
Andrews, Thomas Arthur, 1992
Andrews, Thomas M., 1993-1994
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2005/145-2 Archer, Van H. Jr., 1993-1994
Ardoin, Ken, 1992-1994
Armbrister, Kenneth L., 1992-1994
Ken Armbrister for Senate Campaign, 1992-1994
Bob Armstrong Last Time Effort, 1992
Armstrong, Ernie B., 1992-1994
Arnold, Billy L., 1992-1994
Arnot, William G. III, 1992-1994
Ashworth, Glen M., 1991-1996
Atkins, Robert S., 1992-1993
Averitt, Kip, 1992-1994
Avery, Richard O., 1992
Ayres, Sylvia, 1993-1994
Bagley, Michael J. (Mike), 1992-1993
Bailey, Charles C., 1992-1994
Bailey, Kevin E., 1992-1994
Baird, Charles F., 1992-1994
Re-Elect Judge Baird Campaign, 1992-1993
Baker, James A., 1994-1996
Committee To Re-Elect Justice James A. Baker, Court of Appeals, 1994-1996
Ballanfant, Kathleen, 1993-1994
Ballard, Donna, 1993-1996
Banales, J. Manuel, 1992-1994
Bankston, Susan Duquesnay, 1992
Banner, Paul P., 1992-1993
Judge Paul Banner for Supreme Court, 1992
Barajas, Richard, 1992-1994
Barbary, George, 1991-1992
Barber, Will A., 1992-1994
Bargas, Dario Jr., 1994
Barker, Charles R., 1992
Barnes, Libba, 1992-1994
Barnett, Patrick J., 1992-1993
Box
2005/145-3 Barrientos, Gonzalo, 1992-1994
Barron, David S., 1992-1994
Barron, Ken, 1993-1994
Barron, Patrice, 1993-1994
Barthel, Jerilyn (Jeri), 1992-1993
Barton, Erwin W., 1992-1994
Barton, Joe L., 1994-1995
Bass, James W. (Bill), 1992-1994
Bass, Robert W. (Bob), 1992-1993
Bass, Sam H. Jr., 1992-1993
Bayless, Samuel H., 1994-1995
Beale, David F., 1993-1994
Beall, Burgess, 1993-1996
Beaman, Glen E., 1992-1993
Beard, Ben, 1992-1994
Beck, Daniel, 1992-1994
Beckles, Robert O., 1992
Beerwinkle, Marshall, 1992-1994
Belew, James S. (Jay), 1992-1993
Bell, Lea Lucas, 1991-1992
Benavides, Fortunato P., 1992-1993
Bender, Bill, 1994
Bentley, Bascom William III, 1992-1994
Benton, Levi J., 1992-1996
Berchelmann, David Jr., 1992
Berka, Bill 1992
Berlanga, Hugo, 1992-1994
Friends of Berlanga Committee, 1991-1992
Berlanga, Mary Helen, 1992-1994
Bertanzetti, Paul, 1992-1993
Biard, Aubrey Webb, 1993-1994
Biddy, Will, 1992-1993
Biery, Fred, 1992-1993
Birch, Stephen P., 1994
Bird, Dan Mike, 1991-1994
Birnberg, Gerald, 1993-1994
Bishop, Jean Parker, 1992
Bivin, Bill, 1992
Bivins, Miles (Teel), 1992-1993
Bivins for Senate Committee, 1992-1993
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2005/145-4 Black, Horace D. Jr., 1992-1994
Black, James Phillip (Phil), 1992
Black, Layton, 1992-1993
(Missing p. 14 of July 15, 1993 report.)
Blackburn, Juan Ennis, 1992-1993
Blackmon, Larry, 1992-1993
Blackwell, Barry E., 1991-1993
Blackwood, Bill, 1992-1993
Blair, Fred, 1992-1993
Blair, John L., 1992-1993
Blakey, Katus R., 1993-1994
Bleil, Charles M., 1992-1993
Bobbitt, Shelly, 1992-1994
Boles, Bennie C., 1992-1994
Bomer, Elton, 1992-1994
Box
2005/145-17 Friends of Senator Bill Haley and Representative Elton Bomer, 1993
Box
2005/145-4 Boney, Jew Don, 1992
Bonnet, James (Ted), 1992-1993
Bono, Ben P., 1992
Booker, Tarlton Jr., 1992-1993
Bosse, Fred M., 1991-1994
Bosworth, Richard A., 1992-1994
Boulter, Beau, 1992-1993
Boulware, Dan M., 1992-1993
Bournias, Sam B., 1992-1994
Bowers, Gary Coffee, 1992-1993
Boyd, John T., 1992-1994
Brady, Elaine, 1992-1994
Brady, Kevin, 1992-1993
Braswell, Henry G., 1991-1992
Bray, James H., 1993-1994
Breeden, Leon, 1993-1994
Brelsford, John Petsch, 1992-1993
Brender, Art, 1992
Bridewell, Dennis Wayne, 1992-1994
Bridges, David L., 1992-1993
Bridges, James Robert, 1993-1994
Bridges, Joe D.
[empty]
Bridges, Thomas Lee, 1991-1994
Brimer, Kenneth K., 1992-1994
Brock, Leslie Ann
[See Yates, Leslie B.]
Brooks, Chet E., 1992-1994
(Missing page 34 of 30B Gen., 1992 report.)
Brooks, David Kress, 1992-1993
Brooks, Roy Laverne, 1993-1994
Brookshire, Jack, 1992-1994
Brown, Bev E., 1993-1994
Brown, Christa, 1993-1994
Box
2005/145-5 Brown, Gary M., 1995-1996
Brown, J. Curtis, 1989-1994
Brown, Marvin M., 1990-1991
Brown, Roland G., 1992
Bruner, Lynda, 1991-1992
Bryant, John, 1990-1991
John Bryant Campaign Committee, 1989-1990
Bryant, Lydia, 1992-1994
John Bryant Campaign Committee, 1993
Bryant, Terry, 1992-1993
Buchanan, J. W. (Buck), 1990
Buckingham, Robert Jr., 1990-1991
Bullock, Robert D. (Bob)
[empty]
Burden, Henry, 1992-1993
Burgess, Don, 1992-1994
Burgess, Vic, 1993-1994
Burkhart, Bill, 1992-1993
Burkholder, Henry L., 1991-1994
Burks, Andrew C. Jr, 1992
Burnam, Lon, 1992-1994
Burnett, Bobby D., 1992-1993
Burnett, Joe, 1992-1994
Burns, Daniel M. (Matt), 1993-1994
Burns, Paul A., 1994
Busch, George, 1993
Bush, George W., 1993-1994
[4 wallets]
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2005/145-6 Butts, Shirley, 1992-1994
Cabello, Rufino, 1992
Cadenhead, Ernest, 1992-1994
Cain, David H., 1992-1994
Caldwell, Neil, 1992-1994
Calhoon, Jerry L., 1992-1994
Callan, Sam W., 1992-1994
Campbell, Ben, 1992-1994
Campbell, Bobby Joe, 1992-1993
Texans for Bob Campbell, 1992-1993
Campbell, Charles F. (Chuck) Jr., 1992-1994
Canales, Terry A., 1992-1994
Canady, Jim, 1992
Cannon, William B. (Bill), 1992-1994
Carona, John J., 1992-1994
Carr, Ron, and Republicans and Independents for Ron Carr, 1992-1994
Carriker, Steven A., 1991-1994
Carroll, Jimmy Lee, 1992-1993
Carroll, Joe, 1992-1994
Carter, Bill G., 1992-1994
Carter, Jack E., 1992-1994
Cassidy, Helen A., 1993-1994
Box
2005/145-35 Democrats for (Darrell) Castillo
(Note: Misfiled under name of Treasurer, Rosemarie Romero.)
Box
2005/145-6 Castro, Isaac M., 1993
Cate, Tom, 1992-1994
Cavazos, Eddie, 1992-1993
Cayce, John H. Jr., 1993-1994
Chambers, Les, 1992-1993
Chadderdon-Frantz, Betsy, 1993-1994
Chapline, Gene, 1993-1994
Chapman, Charles L., 1992-1994
Chapman, Charles W., 1992
Box
2005/145-7 Chapman, Ron, 1992-1994
Chapa, Alfonso, 1992-1994
Chase, Saundria R., 1992
Cheatham, Wiley L., 1992-1994
Cherry, J. Blair Jr., 1992-1994
Childers, D. A., 1993-1994
Childs, Daniel B., 1993-1993
Chisum, Warren D., 1992-1994
Christie, Jack, 1992-1994
Chudleigh, James P., 1992-1993
Churchwell, Birdia M., 1992
Clack, James H., 1991-1992
Claunch, Kirk M., 1993-1994
Clayton, Joe D., 1993
Clemons, Billy, 1992-1994
Clements, William P. Jr., 1991-1994
Clifford, Eric S., 1992
Cline, Edward L., 1992
Clinton, Sam Houston, 1992-1994
Cobb, Charles Mac, 1992
Cochran, Winston E. Jr., 1992-1993
Coffey, Don, 1992-1993
Coffey, Jesse, 1992-1993
Cogburn, Edmund L., 1993-1994
Cohen, M. B. (Murry), 1992-1994
Coker, Lynn J., 1992-1993
Colbert, Paul M., 1992-1994
Cole, Clarence T. (Tim), 1992-1994
Collazo, Frank Jr., 1992-1993
Coleman, Garnet F., 1992-1994
Colley, Paul S., 1992-1993
Combs, Susan, 1992-1994
Friends of Susan Combs Committee, 1992-1994
Box
2005/145-8 Comer, Harold L., 1992-1993
Conard, Frank W. II, 1992-1994
Connelly, Barry, 1992-1993
Conley, Karyne J., 1992-1994
Conrad, Eleanor N., 1993-1994
Conrad, Emmett J., 1992-1993
Cook, Eugene A., 1992-1994
[5 folders]
Cook, John R., 1992-1994
Cook, Lewis, 1993
Cooke, C. C. (Kit), 1992-1994
Cordobes, Roland E., 1993-1994
Cornelius, William J., 1992-1994
Cornyn, John, 1992-1994
Corte, Frank J. Jr., 1992-1994
Coulter, Ted, 1992-1993
Countiss, Richard N., 1992-1994
Counts, Walter D. (David), 1992-1994
Box
2005/145-9 Cowden, V. Blake, 1991-1992
Cox, Alston R. Jr., 1992-1993
Crabb, Joe F., 1992-1994
Craddick, Thomas R. (Tom), 1992-1994
Crawford, Billy J., 1992
Crawford, Carolyn H., 1992-1994
Crawford, David S., 1992-1993
Crawford, Mark E., 1992-1994
Friends for [Mark] Crawford, 1992-1994
Crawford, Richard L. (Rick), 1992-1994
Crawford, Steve, 1993-1994
Crawford, Tammy, 1992-1993
Cross, Stephen F., 1992-1994
Crozier, Richard L., 1992
Cuellar, Enrique R. (Henry), 1992-1996
Cuellar, Renato, 1992-1994
Culberson, John A., 1992-1994
Cummings, Bobby L. (Bob), 1992-1994
Curran, Patricia A., 1993-1994
Curry, E. Bruce, 1992-1994
Curtis, John J., 1993-1994
Cusack, Mark E., 1993-1994
Daiker, David R., 1992
Danberg, Debra, 1992-1994
Daniel, Chloe N. (Jack), 1992-1993
Jarman Committee To Elect (Jack) Daniel, 1992-1993
Danish, John, 1992-1993
Daross, James A., 1993-1994
Dauphinot, Lee Ann, 1993-1994
Box
2005/145-10 Davila, Diana, 1992-1994
Davis, Greg H. (Harold), 1991-1993
Davis, James B., 1992-1993
Davis, Richard H. III, 1992-1994
Davis, Tom, 1992-1994
Davis, Will D., 1992-1994
Davis, Yvonne, 1992-1994
Dawkins, Pattilou P., 1993-1994
Friends of Bob Day, 1992-1995
Day, Jimmy, 1992-1993
Day, Sam J., 1992-1994
Dean, Joe Ned, 1992-1994
Dear, Homer P., 1992-1994
Deats, James A., 1992
Decker, Louis J., 1993-1994
DeHart, Kenneth D., 1992-1993
De La Garza, Michael (Mike), 1992-1993
De La Garza, Robert E. (Eddie), 1992-1994
DeLeon, Hector, 1993
Delisi, Dianne W., 1992-1994
Delco, Wilhelmina R., 1992-1994
Demas, Lee A., 1992
Dempsey, Sheryll S., 1993-1994
Dennard, Jerry N., 1993-1994
Denny, Mary C., 1992-1994
Denton, Betty F., 1992-1994
Friends of Betty Denton, 1994
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2005/145-11 Devany, Joseph A. (Joe), 1992-1994
Diaz, Daniel Jr., 1993-1994
Dickens, J. Pink, 1993-1994
Dickenson, Charles R. (Bob), 1992-1994
Dickson, Temple, 1993-1994
Diehl, Dennis W., 1992-1993
Dietze, John F. (Jeff), 1992
Dillard, George G., 1992-1993
Dittmar, Ray E., 1992-1993
Dixon, Leslie P., 1992-1993
Dodson, Carlton B., 1992-1994
Donaldson, Richard C., 1992-1993
Dorrycott, Joyce W., 1992
Dorsey, J. Bonner, 1992-1994
Douglas, Gregory K., 1994
Dowell, Jairl P., 1992-1994
Doyal, Scot M., 1993-1994
Draheim, Richard N. Jr., 1992-1993
Draughn, Joe L., 1992-1994
Driver, Joe L., 1992-1994
Dudensing, Carl, 1993-1994
Duggen, Fitzhugh Lee Jr. (F. Lee), 1992-1994
Duke, Gene L., 1992-1993
Gene Duke Committee for Texas Agriculture, 1992
Dukes, Dawnna, 1993-1994
Dawnna Dukes Campaign, 1993-1994
Dulaney, Gene L., 1992-1994
Dulany, George B., 1992-1993
Duncan, Robert L., 1993-1994
Dunn, D. Camille, 1992-1994
Dunnam, James R. (Jim), 1992
Dutton, Harold V. Jr., 1992-1994
Dysart, Lelant T., 1993-1994
Eads, Arthur C. (Cappy), 1992-1994
Eagle, Charles D. (C. David), 1992-1993
Earley, Robert A., 1992-1994
East, Nathan, 1993-1994
Eastland, William M. (Bill), 1992-1994
Easton, Bennett, 1992-1993
Eckels, Robert A., 1992-1994
Edelman, Richard H., 1993-1994
Eden, C. J. (Jack), 1992-1994
Edge, Eldon, 1992
Edwards, Al E., 1992-1994
Edwards, Billy J., 1993-1994
Edwards, Chet, 1992
Friends of Chet Edwards, 1991-1994
Edwards, David L., 1992-1993
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2005/145-12 Edwards, Fredrick E. (Fred), 1992-1994
Ehrhardt, Harryette B., 1993-1996
Citizens for Ehrhardt, 1993-1996
Eiland, Allen Craig, 1993-1994
Committee for Craig Eiland, 1993-1994
Elliott, Paul, 1992
Ellis, George T., 1992-1994
Committee To Re-Elect Justice George Ellis, 1992-1994
Ellis, Rodney G., 1992-1995
Ellison, Alton L. Jr., 1992-1994
Ely, Richard O. II, 1992-1993
Enoch, Craig T., 1992-1994
[3 folders]
Engel, Daniel R., 1994
Enlow, Paul W., 1992
Enns, Ronald E. (Ron), 1991-1994
Erickson, Bernard, 1992-1994
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2005/145-13 Ernst, Eric, 1992
Ervin, Clark Kent, 1993-1994
Esparza, Jaime, 1992-1993
Espinosa, Gary, 1993-1994
Euresti, Benjamin Jr., 1992-1994
Evans, Clayton E., 1992-1993
People's Campaign Committee To Elect Donna Jean Evans, 1992
Evans, Frank G., 1992
Fagan, James M., 1992-1993
Farabee, Kenneth R. (Ray), 1992-1994
Farrar, Jessica, 1993-1994
Farrar, Sidney C. Jr., 1993-1994
Farris, David F., 1991-1994
Faulkner, Curtis, 1992-1994
Free 95--Supports Curtis Faulkner, 1992-1996
[Note: originally and incorrectly filed under Sutton, Roosevelt, the campaign treasurer]
Fayad, Sam M. (Texas), 1992-1994
Fernandez, David, 1993-1994
Fifield, Charles H. (Chuck), 1993-1994
Finnell, Charles A., 1992-1994
Committee for Responsible Representation--Charles Finnell, 1992-1994
Finstad, Geneva, 1992-1994
Fisher, John W., 1992-1994
Fleming, David, 1992
Fleuriet, Kenneth R. (Ken), 1992-1993
Flores, Manual R. (Meme), 1992-1994
Flores, Maria L. (Lulu), 1992-1994
Flores, Yolanda N., 1992-1994
Floyd, Marsha L., 1993-1994
Fogo, Donald P., 1992-1993
Fohn, Gerald A., 1992-1993
Fontenot, Robin E., 1993-1994
Forbis, John T., 1992-1993
Fostel, John H., 1993-1994
Fostel, Michael L., 1989-1994
Foster, Ottis, 1993-1994
Fouts, John, 1992-1994
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2005/145-14 Fowler, Jesse J., 1993-1994
Fraga, David O., 1994
Franklin, Fred I. Jr., 1992-1994
Franklin, Gary D., 1993
Fraser, Troy L., 1992-1994
Fraser for Texas Senate, 1992
Frazier, Bennye, 1992-1994
Freed, Floyd W. III, 1992
Fuller, Charles S., 1992-1993
Fuller, Larry, 1992
Fuson, David L., 1993-1994
Friends for David Fuson, 1993-1994
Galbraith, David D., 1992-1994
Gallagher, Gregory V., 1992-1997
Gallego, Pete P., 1992-1994
Gallegos, Ramon, 1992-1994
Galloway, John W. Jr. (Wil), 1993-1996
Galloway, Michael L. (Mike), 1992-1996
Gamble, Steven F., 1992
Gammage, Robert A. (Bob), 1992-1994
Texans for Bob Gammage, 1992
Garcia, Antonio III, 1992
Garcia, David M., 1992-1994
Garcia, Orlando L., 1994
Garcia, Ricardo H. Sr., 1992-1994
Garland, Clyde L., 1992-1993
Garney, Norbert J., 1992
Garrett, Robert L. Jr., 1992
Garrison, Finos L. (Tiny), 1992-1994
Garza, David L., 1993-1994
Garza, Jim, 1992-1993
Friends of Jim Garza and Janie Wilson, 1992-1993
Garza, Joe F., 1991-1994
Garza, Robert, 1992-1994
Gholson, Linda C., 1992-1993
Ghormley, Alan B., 1993-1994
Gibson, Bruce, 1992-1994
Gibson, Dwain, 1992-1993
Gibson, Michael R., 1993-1994
Giddings, Helen, 1992-1994
Gilbreath, Wes, 1992-1993
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2005/145-15 Gilliam, Mark, 1992
Glasco, Franklin, 1992-1994
Glasgow, Robert J. (Bob), 1992-1993
Bob Glasgow for Senate Campaign, 1992-1994
Glaze, Bob D., 1992-1994
Gleason, David L., 1992-1994
Gleason, William K., 1993-1994
Glen, Amy S., 1992-1993
Glossbrenner, Ernestine V., 1992-1993
Committee To Re-Elect Glossbrenner, 1992-1993
Goff, Gary A., 1992-1994
Golden, Joe Bob, 1992-1994
Gonzales, Arnold Jr., 1993-1994
Gonzales, Alex R., 1992-1994
Gonzales, R. J. (Reggie), 1992
Gonzales, Raul A., 1992-1994
Committee To Keep Justice Gonzales, 1992-1994
Goodman, Toby, 1992-1993
Goodrich, Gloria, 1994
Goolsby, Tony, 1992-1994
Gore, Janice E. (Jan), 1992-1994
Goren, John Alan, 1992-1994
Granado, Joe L., 1992-1994
Granoff, Alvin Roy, 1992-1994
Grant, Ben Z., 1992-1994
Gray, Geo[rge], 1992-1993
Gray, Edward Wilson, 1992-1994
Gray, Patricia, 1992-1994
Green, Barry Stephen, 1992-1994
Green, Gene, 1992-1993
Green, Paul W., 1992-1993
Greenberg, Sherri R., 1992-1994
Gregory, Marvin A., 1993-1994
Greytok, Marta, 1994
Texans for Marta Greytok, 1993-1994
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2005/145-16 Griffith, Donna T., 1992-1993
Griffiths, John B., 1993
Grisham, Ray F., 1992-1994
Grusendorf, Darryl (Kent), 1992-1994
Guaderrama, Bonnie Rangel, 1992-1994
Guerrero, Maria Elena (Lena), 1992-1994
[7 folders]
Gulley, David Wesley, 1992-1994
Gutierrez, Roberto, 1992-1994
Guillory, Donald M., 1992
Guinn, David Jr., 1992
Haas, Rene Marie, 1993-1994
Hadden, Roby, 1993-1994
Hager, Delmar Gene, 1993-1994
Haggerty, Patrick B., 1992-1994
Hajek, David Wayne, 1992-1993
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2005/145-17 Haley, Bill, 1992-1994
Friends of Senator Bill Haley and Representative Elton Bomer, 1993
Hall, Jerry Ray, 1992-1994
Friends of Lanny Hall, 1992
Hall, William T. (Tip) Jr., 1992-1993
Hamby, Rick W., 1992-1993
Hamric, Peggy Ann, 1992-1994
Hampton, Morris Jackson (Jack), 1992-1993
Hanby, Clinard J. III (Buddy), 1992
Hance, Kent R., 1992-1993
Hance for Governor, 1992-1993
Hancock, Glen Charles, 1992
Haney, Grover L. (Lee), 1992-1994
Hanna, Dale Stanley, 1992-1993
Hannah, John H. Jr., 1992-1994
Hansard, George H., 1992-1994
Hanson, Randall Bradford (Randy), 1993-1994
Hardy, Michael J., 1992
Harris, Charlotte A., 1992-1994
Harris, Christopher J. (Chris), 1992
Harris, Jack H., 1992-1994
Harris, Nelda F., 1993-1994
Harris, O. H. (Ike), 1992-1994
Harrison, Dudley, 1992
Harrison, Ronnie E., 1992-1994
Harrison, William E. Sr., 1992
Hart, Royal, 1992-1993
Hartland, Charles (Charlie), 1992-1993
Hartman, David A., 1993-1994
Hartman, Mary, 1992-1993
Hartnett, Will, 1992-1994
Hartung, Frank E., 1992-1994
Harvard, Jack, 1992
Hasie, Monte S., 1992-1994
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2005/145-18 Hawkins, Chris E., 1992-1993
Hawley, Judy, 1993
Hays, Matt Emmet, 1992-1993
Haywood, Tom, 1992-1994
Hazlett, Guy, 1992
Hecht, Nathan Lincoln, 1992-1994
Hector, Harold, 1992
Hedges, Adele O., 1992-1994
Heflin, Talmadge, 1992-1994
Henderson, Donald B. (Don), 1992-1993
Henderson, Harold
(Note: Name is on list, but file is missing.)
Herald, Robert M. (Rob), 1992
Hernandez, Christine, 1992-1994
Hernandez, Paz (Mike), 1992-1993
Hernandez, Bill, 1992
Hester, Darrell, 1992-1994
Darrell B. Hester Appreciation Night, 1990
Hickerson-Bull, Carl, 1992
Hicks, Maryellen W., 1993-1994
Higgins, Carlos W., 1992-1993
Hightower, Allen Ross Jr., 1992-1993
Hightower, Gene W., 1992-1993
Hightower, Jack, 1992
Higley, Robert A., 1992-1994
Hilbert, Paul J., 1992-1993
Hilderbran, Harvey Ray, 1992-1993
Hill, Anita, 1992-1993
Hill, Danny E., 1992-1993
Hill, Fred, 1992-1993
Hill, John Garrett, 1992-1993
Hinchman, Gary A.
(Note: Name is on list, but file is missing.)
Hinojosa, Federico G. Jr., 1991-1993
Hinojosa, Gilberto, 1992-1993
Hinojosa, Juan J. (Chuy), 1992-1993
Box
2005/145-19 Hinson, Robert Neal, 1992-1993
Hirschi, John, 1992-1993
Hobby, William P., 1992-1993
The Hobby Committee, 1992-1993
Hochberg, Lindsey Scott, 1992-1993
Holcomb, Charles R., 1992-1993
Holderman, P. D. (Tricia), 1993
Hollenback, George M., 1992-1993
Hollis, Raymond (Ray), 1993
Holheauser, Steven G. (Steve), 1992-1993
Hooper, Robert Irwin, 1992
Hooton, Thomas L., 1993
Hopkins, Stephen Carroll, 1992
Horn, Jim, 1992-1993
Houser, Marion E. III, 1992-1993
Howard, Charles F.(Charlie), 1993
Howell, Charles Ben, 1992-1993
Hrivnak, Christopher G. (Chris), 1992-1993
Hubbel, Phillip J., 1992-1993
Hudson, David, 1992
Hudson, J. Harvey Jr., 1992-1994
Hudson, Samuel W. III, 1992-1993
Hudson, William L. (Bill), 1992-1994
Hughes, Jack Bruce, 1992
Hughes, Jon N., 1992
Hulsey, Robert Clinton Jr. (Clint), 1992-1993
Hummell, Michael Holmes (Mike), 1992
Hunter, Robert D. (Bob), 1992-1994
Friends of Bob Hunter, 1993-1994
Hury, James F. Jr., 1992-1993
Hunter, Jack E., 1993
Hunter, Todd Ames, 1992-1994
Hutchins, Robert, 1993
Hutchison, Kay Bailey, 1992-1993
Friends of Kay Hutchison, 1992-1994
Irvine, Patricia S., 1992
Jackson, James Michael (Mike), 1992-1994
Jackson, Kevin B., 1993-1994
James, Thomas L. (Tom), 1993-1994
Box
2005/145-20 Jandt, Elizabeth C., 1992-1994
Janek, Craig, 1992-1993
Janek, Kyle L., 1992-1994
Friends of Kyle Janek, 1992-1994
January-Bevers, Deborah J., 1993-1994
Jenkins, Clay, 1992-1994
Jenkins, Cynthia (Cindy), 1992-1994
John, Ramona, 1994
Johnson, Charles P., 1992
Johnson, Eddie Bernice, 1992-1993
Friends of Eddie Bernice Johnson, 1991-1994
Johnson, Gary E., 1992-1993
Johnson, Harry E. Sr., 1991-1994
Committee To Elect Harry E. Johnson, 1992-1994
Johnson, Jerry K., 1992-1994
Johnson, Joel B., 1993-1994
Johnson, J. W. Jr., 1992-1994
Johnson, Patsy, 1992-1994
Johnson, Robert Xavier, 1992
Johnson, Samuel R., 1992
Jonas, Davene, 1992
Jones, Bill R., 1992-1993
Jones, Charles Brenning, 1992-1993
Jones, Claude, 1992-1994
(Note: File missing; list says "missing almost everything".)
Jones, Delwin L., 1992-1994
Jones, Gaynelle Griffin, 1992-1993
Jones, Jack Weldon Jr., 1992-1993
Jones, Jesse W., 1992-1994
Jones, John Grant, 1992-1993
Jones, Linda Z., 1992-1993
Jones, M. Brock Jr., 1992-1994
Jones, Robert Donald, 1992
Jones, J. Woodfin (Woodie), 1992-1996
Woodie Jones Campaign Committee, 1992-1993
Juarez, Jose Benavides, 1993-1994
July, William, 1992
Junell, Robert A. (Rob), 1992-1994
Box
2005/145-21 Junell, William E., 1992-1994
Justice, Jason Jr., 1993-1994
Friends of Jason Justice Jr., 1993-1994
Kamel, Ted Andrew, 1992-1994
Kaplan, Jeff, 1992-1993
Judge Jeff Kaplan Campaign Committee, 1992-1993
Keffler, Richard Anthony Jr. (Rick), 1992
Kelly, Eugene Edward (Gene), 1992-1994
Kelly, Joseph P., 1993
Kelly, Robert L. (Rob), 1993-1994
Kelly, Thomas V., 1992
Kendall, Alger H., 1992-1993
Kennard, Jose R. (Joe), 1992-1993
Kenneday, Noah Otis, 1992-1994
Kent, Cynthia Stevens, 1992-1994
Kent, Don W., 1992-1993
Keys, William H., 1992-1994
Kidd, Kenneth M. (Mack), 1992-1994
Texans for Mack Kidd, 1992-1994
Kierstead, Joe, 1992-1993
Committee To Elect Joe Kierstead, 1992-1993
Kilgore, Whayland Wynett, 1992-1994
King, Tracy O., 1992-1994
King, William E., 1992-1993
Kinkade, Kevin, 1992-1993
Kinkeade, James Edgar (Ed), 1992-1994
Kirk, Weldon (Charles), 1992-1994
Kirkendall, William C. (Bud), 1992-1994
Kiser, Samuel C. (Sam), 1992-1994
Kitzman, Oliver S., 1992-1994
Knapp, Gregory, 1992-1993
Koch, James T. (Jim), 1992-1993
Koehler, Ward L., 1992-1994
Koehne, Philip Martin, 1992-1993
Krier, Cyndi Taylor, 1992-1993
Krier Senate Office Account, 1992-1993
Krueger, Robert C. (Bob), 1992-1994
Krueger, Vernon L., 1992-1993
Krusee, Michael J. (Mike), 1992-1994
Box
2005/145-22 Kubiak, Dan, 1992-1994
Kubosh, David J., 1992-1994
Kuempel, Edmund P., 1992-1994
Kupper, Andrew J. Jr. (Andy), 1992-1994
Labrado, Luis Cesar, 1992-1994
Lagarde, Sue L. 1992-1994
Landon, Richard S., 1992-1993
Landrum, Michael L., 1992-1994
Lane, Donald H., 1992-1993
Laney, James E. (Pete), 1988-1994
Lanford, Norman E., 1993-1994
Lang, Daniel Ray (Dan), 1992-1994
Langdon, Jerry J., 1992
Elect Langdon Committee, 1992
Lanier, Patrick K., 1992-1994
Committee for the Election of Patrick Lanier, 1992-1994
Larry, Jerald H., 1992-1994
Texans for Jerald Larry, 1992-1993
Larsen, Susan J., 1992-1994
Lattimore, Hal M., 1992-1994
Lawlis, Monte Day, 1992-1994
Lawrence, Rayburn W. (R. W.), 1992-1994
Lee, Jack, 1993-1994
Lee, Norman R., 1992-1994
Lee, Patricia, 1992-1993
Lee, Thomas (Tom), 1992-1994
Leedom, John N., 1992-1994
Lenz, Lance Joseph, 1992-1994
Lesher, M. Mark, 1992
Levy, Ben G., 1993-1994
Committee To Return Justice Ben G. Levy, 1993-1994
Lewis Donald, 1992-1993
Lewis, Gibson D. (Gib), 1992-1994
Friends of Gib Lewis Committee, 1991-1994
Box
2005/145-23 Lewis, Glenn O.
(Note: Name is on list, but file is missing.)
Lewis, Jack O., 1992
Lewis, Marion M. (Mack), 1992-1994
Lewis, Ronald Earl (Ron), 1992-1994
Committee To Elect Ron E. Lewis, 1992-1994
Lewis, Wanda Howell, 1992-1993
Lezar, Harold J. Jr. (Tex), 1992-1994
Lindsey, John R., 1991-1994
Linebarger, Libby, 1992-1994
Little, Michael Ray (Mike), 1992-1994
Little, Russell G., 1992
Friends of Russell Little, 1992-1993
Littlejohn, W. Rachel, 1992-1994
Livingston, Terrie, 1993-1994
Loeffler, George H., 1992-1995
Long, Cynthia P., 1993-1994
Long, John F. (Frank), 1992-1994
Longoria, John Amos, 1992-1994
Committee To Elect John Amos Longoria, 1992-1993
Looney, Donald R. (Don), 1992-1993
Lopez, Alma L., 1993-1994
Lovelady, Ronald W. (Ron), 1992-1993
Lowe, Ron, 1992-1994
Lozano, Samuel C., 1992-1994
Luce, Thomas W. III, 1992
Tom Luce for Governor Committee, 1992-1994
Lucio, Eduardo A. Jr. (Eddie), 1992-1994
Friends of Eddie Lucio, 1992-1994
[4 folders]
Luevano, Rogelio R. (Roy), 1992-1994
Luna, Albert III (Al), 1992
Luna, Gregory, 1992-1994
Luna, Samuel E. Jr., 1992
Luna, Vilma, 1993-1994
Box
2005/145-24 Lykos, Patricia R. (Pat), 1993-1994
Lynch, Peter Jerome, 1992-1993
Lyon, Ted B. Jr., 1992-1994
Friends of Senator Lyon, 1992-1994
[4 folders]
Mabrito, Marc, 1992-1993
MacLean, John R., 1992-1995
Madden, Jerry Agnew, 1992-1994
Madla, Frank, 1992-1996
Friends of Frank Madla, 1992-1994
Madrigal, Reynaldo (Ray), 1993
Mainord, Jerry B., 1992
Mallory, Richard A. (Dick), 1992-1994
Malone, William J. Jr. (Bill), 1992-1993
Maloney, Frances, 1992-1994
Maloney, Frank, 1992-1994
Manifold, Jay Derek, 1992-1993
Mann, John A., 1992-1994
Mansfield, Stephen W., 1993-1994
Marchant, Kenny Ewell, 1992-1994
Marshall, Betty, 1993-1994
Marshall, Jeff Lionel, 1992-1993
Marshall, John M., 1993-1994
Marshall, Marvin Ferrell, 1992-1994
Martin, Andrew J. (Andy), 1988
Martin, John C., 1992-1994
Martin, Mike, 1992-1994
Box
2005/145-25 Martindale, Jean Arnold, 1992
Martinez, Alberto T., 1992-1993
Martinez, George, 1992
Martinez, Gerard D., 1993-1994
Martinez, Michael G. (Mike), 1992-1994
Martinez, Roman O., 1992-1994
Mason, Robert Henry (Bob), 1993-1994
Mata, Orlando, 1992-1994
Matthews, Charles R., 1993-1994
Mattingly, Jennifer, 1992
Mattox, Jim, 1992-1995
Jim Mattox Finance Committee, 1991-1994
Mauro, Garry, 1992-1994
Garry Mauro Compaign, 1992-1994
[4 folders]
Mauzy, Oscar H., 1992-1994
[5 folders]
Justice Mauzy Recognition Committee, 1992-1993
Box
2005/145-26 Maxey, Glen, 1992-1994
Friends of Glen Maxey, 1992
[3 folders]
Box
2005/145-25 Maxwell, Bobby Wayne, 1992-1993
May, Vincent Joseph, 1993
Mayes, Brian Lynn, 1993-1994
Mayes, George A., 1992-1993
Box
2005/145-26 McAdams, William Lee (Bill), 1992-1994
McAnelly, Rex H., 1992-1993
McCain, Kyle Horace, 1992
McCall, James Brian, 1989-1994
McCullough, J. Parker, 1992-1993
McCollum, Paul, 1993-1994
McCloud, Aline Beatrice, 1992
McCloud, Austin O., 1992-1995
McClure, Ann Crawford, 1993-1994
McComb, Joe A., 1993-1994
McCormick, Michael J. (Mike), 1992-1994
McCoy, David M., 1992-1994
McCoulskey, Huey G. Jr., 1992-1994
McDaniel, Carolyn Horton, 1992-1993
Jim McDermitt Election Committee, 1992
McDonald, Nancy H., 1992-1994
McGarry, Charles W., 1993-1994
McEachern, Terry D., 1992-1994
McFarland, Bob, 1992-1994
McGaughey, Jack Arnold, 1992-1993
McGiboney, Wayne, 1992-1993
McGregor, Malcolm, 1992
McIlhany, Grainer W., 1992-1994
McMurry, Frederick D., 1992
McMullen, Andy J., 1992-1994
McPherson, Becky Jean Bybee, 1992-1994
Medders, Ken Jr., 1992-1993
Melendez, Alfonso L., 1994
Melton, Bob, 1992
Box
2005/145-27 Mendez, Benjamin, 1992
Meyer, Frederick R. (Fred), 1992-1994
Meyers, Lawrence Edward (Larry), 1992-1994
Michalek, Chris, 1992-1993
Citizens for Chris Mikalek--Texas House 65, 1992
Mikeska, Robert Fred, 1992-1994
Miller, Chuck, 1992-1993
Judge Chuck Miller Campaign Committee, 1992-1994
Miller, Geraldine E., 1992-1994
Miller, Jack R., 1992-1994
Miller, John F. Jr., 1993-1994
Miller, Louis Dayne, 1992-1993
Millsap, Michael D. (Mike), 1992
Millsap, Richard, 1992
Millspaugh, Judy Sisk, 1992-1993
Minton, Goodridge Venable Morton (Morty), 1992-1994
Mirabal, Margaret Garner, 1992-1994
Mitchell, Charles R., 1992-1994
Mitchell, Gene, 1992
Mitchell, John Winship, 1993-1994
Mitchell, Lawrence Wayne (Larry), 1992-1993
Mobley, Gordon, 1992-1993
Moffat, Nancy J., 1992-1994
Moncrief, Michael J.
(Note: Name is on list, but file is missing.)
Montez, Ramon E. Jr. (Ray), 1992-1993
Montford, John T., 1992-1994
[4 folders]
Montgomery, John Darrell, 1992-1993
Texans for Judge Montgomery, 1992-1993
[2 folders]
Moody, William E. (Bill), 1992-1994
Committee To Assist the 34th District Court Judge William E. Moody, 1992-1994
Box
2005/145-28 Moore, Clarence F. Jr. (Spike), 1992-1993
Moore, Fred A., 1992-1994
Moore, Gary W., 1993-1994
Moore, Robert M. (Bob), 1993-1994
Moore, Robert H. III, 1992-1994
Morales, Daniel C. (Dan), 1992-1994
[2 folders]
Dan Morales Campaign of Bexar County, 1992-1994
Morchower, Barbara, 1993-1994
Moreno, Jose Guadalupe, 1992-1994
Moreno, Paul C., 1992-1994
25th Year State Representative Paul Moreno's Legislative Salute, 1992-1994
Paul Moreno Appreciation Party Committee, 1992-1993
Morgan, James Edward, 1991-1994
Morgan, Randal, 1992-1993
Morris, Joseph B., 1992-1994
Judge Joseph B. Morris Election Campaign, 1992-1994
Morris, Patrick Michael, 1992-1994
Morrison, Stella M., 1992-1994
Morrison, Thomas C., 1992
Mosbacher, Robert A. Jr. (Rob), 1992-1994
Rob Mosbacher for Lt. Governor, 1992-1994
Moseley, Lois, 1992
Moses, Rex A., 1993-1994
South Texans for Rex Moses, 1993-1994
Mowery, Anna, 1992-1994
Moye, Bill D., 1987-1994
Muirhead, Chester Edward (Edward), 1992-1993
Munoz, Rogelio F., 1992-1994
Munoz, Sergio, 1992-1994
Murad, Jerry Jr., 1992-1994
Murphy, James R. (Jim), 1993-1994
Murphy, Paul C., 1992-1994
Murray, Menton Joseph Jr., 1992-1994
Murray, Archie Dee, 1992-1993
Box
2005/145-29 Nabers, Mary Scott, 1993-1994
[2 folders]
Naishtat, Elliott, 1992-1996
Friends of Orlinda Naranjo, 1992-1994
Neal, John A., 1992-1994
Neall, William O. IV (Bill), 1992-1994
Neeb, Howard, 1994
Neely, Thomas Allen (Tom), 1992-1994
Nelms, Johnny, 1992
Nelson, Jane, 1992-1994
[4 folders]
Rural Coalition for Jane Nelson, 1992-1993
Newton, Jane Williams, 1992
Nieto, Pedro G., 1992-1994
Nixon, Drew E., 1994
Nixon, Joseph M. (Joe), 1993-1994
Noriega, Richard Joel (Rick), 1992
Northcutt, Frances M. (Poppy), 1991-1994
Norton, Andy Lee, 1993-1994
Nugent, James E. (Jim), 1992-1994
James E. (Jim) Nugent Re-Election Committee, 1993-1994
Nunez, Rene, 1992-1994
Nye, Paul W., 1992-1994
Oakley, William Keith (Keith), 1992-1994
Keith Oakley Election Committee, 1992-1994
Box
2005/145-30 Oatman, Sam, 1992-1993
O'Bannon, Don T., 1992-1993
Ochoa, Juan A., 1993-1995
O'Connor, Michol Mary, 1992-1994
Oexman, Henry Eamon Richard, 1992
Offutt, Robert Hayes (Bob), 1992-1994
Ogden, Stephen E. (Steve), 1992-1994
Olivares, Kathleen H., 1993-1994
Oliveira, Rene O., 1992-1994
Oliver, Jesse, 1992
Jesse Oliver Campaign, 1992-1994
Oliver-Parrott, Alice (a.k.a. Parrott, Alice Oliver; a.k.a. Trevathan, Alice Oliver), 1992-1996
[3 folders]
O'Neal, H. L., 1992-1993
Orr, James W. (Jim), 1992
Jim Orr for State Senate, 1992-1993
Orr, Robin D., 1992-1994
Ortiz, Arnulfo (Fred), 1992-1994
Osborn, Charles (Charlie), 1992-1993
Osborn, Max N., 1992-1994
O'Shea, John J. C., 1992
Osso, Anthony, 1993-1994
Ovard, A. R. (Augie), 1992-1994
Ovard, John David, 1992-1994
Ovard, Linette (Linda), 1992-1994
Overstreet, Morris L., 1992-1994
Morris L. Overstreet Re-Election Committee, 1992-1994
The People of Texas for Judge Morris L. Overstreet, 1992-1993
Owen, Priscilla, 1993-1995
[folder 1 of 4 folders]
Box
2005/145-31 Owen, Priscilla, 1993-1995
[folders 2-4 of 4 folders]
Owens, Samuel W. (Sam), 1992-1993
Parish, Lauren (Laurie), 1993-1994
Park, Carolyn, 1992-1994
Parker, Carl A., 1991-1994
Carl A. Parker for State Senate, 1992-1994
Parker, E. R. (Eddy), 1992-1994
Parker, Jim M., 1992-1994
Parker, Martha Lou, 1991-1994
Parker, Quay F., 1992-1994
Parks, Bob, 1992-1994
Citizens for Judge Bob Parks, 1992-1994
Amigos for the Re-Election of Judge Parks, 1992-1994
Parra, Jose Antonio (Tony), 1992-1994
Parsley, Edwin Lee (Lee), 1992-1994
Patrick, Diane Porter, 1992-1994
Patterson, Jerry E., 1992-1994
[3 folders]
(Missing pages 6-7 on the 1992 30b report, July 1-September 24, 1992.)
Patterson, L. P. (Pete), 1992-1994
Box
2005/145-32 Paxson, Sam M., 1992-1994
Peeples, David, 1992-1993
Pena, Diego Jesus, 1993-1994
Pennington, Mickey R., 1992-1994
Pennington, Roland R. Jr. (Randy), 1992-1993
Perales, Ernest, 1992-1994
Perez, Nicolas J. Jr., 1992-1994
Perez, Rey, 1992-1994
Perkins, Mary Knotts, 1992-1994
Mary Perkins Election/Campaign Committee, 1992-1994
Perry, James R. (Rick), 1992-1994
South Texans for Rick Perry, 1992-1994
Texans for Rick Perry, 1992-1994
[folders 1-6 of 10 folders]
Box
2005/145-33 Texans for Rick Perry, 1992-1994
[folders 7-10 of 10 folders]
Persakis, John, 1992-1994
Peschel, Dwight Eric, 1992-1994
Pesek, Leon F. Sr., 1992-1993
Pettit, John F., 1992
Pfeuffer, Robert T. (Bob), 1990-1995
Phillips, Thomas R., 1992-1993
Pickard, Sid B., 1992-1993
Pickett, Joseph Conrad, 1993-1994
Pickrell, Leah, 1992-1993
Pierce, George, 1992-1993
Pina, Rolando, 1992-1994
Pirtle, Patrick A. (Pat), 1992-1994
Pitts, James R. (Jim), 1992-1994
[2 folders]
Place, Allen D. Jr., 1992-1994
Placke, John L., 1992-1994
Podesta, Louis Henry, 1993-1994
Poff, H. Bryan Jr., 1992-1994
Polk, Mary, 1992-1994
Ponce, Manuel Moreno (Pons), 1993-1994
Ponton, Clint Andrew, 1992-1993
Porter, William R. (Bill), 1992-1994
Potter, Allan L., 1992-1994
Box
2005/145-34 Post, Robert Perry, 1992-1993
Powers, John E., 1992-1994
Poynor, W. J. (Jay) Sr., 1992-1993
Pressler, Herman P. (Paul) Jr., 1991-1993
Preston, George L., 1992-1993
Price, Albert J. Jr. (Al) Sr., 1992-1994
Price, Joe Lynn, 1992
Price, Karren S., 1992-1993
Priest, Pat, 1993-1994
Prohl, Emil Karl, 1992-1994
Puente, Robert R.
(Note: Name is on list, but file is missing.)
Purdon, Jerry D. Jr., 1993-1994
Friends for Jerry Purdon, 1993-1994
Quinn, Brian Patrick, 1993-1994
Quintero, Brian H.
(Note: Name is on list, but file is missing.)
Rabuck, Robert Harry (Bob), 1992-1994
Race, Deborah J., 1993-1994
Rachal, Angelus Ray, 1992-1994
Ragsdale, Paul B., 1992
Jack Rains for Governor Committee, 1992
Ramey, Tom B. Jr., 1992-1994
Ramirez, Alberto J., 1992-1993
Ramsay, Charles R., 1992-1993
Ramsay, Lanny R., 1992-1994
Ramsay, Thomas D. (Tom), 1992-1993
Committee to Elect Tom Ramsay, 1992-1993
Ramsey, Curtis Paul, 1992
Ramsey, Mark Lyn, 1992-1993
Rangel, Irma, 1992-1994
Rasheed, Jamal R. A., 1992-1993
Ratliff, William R. (Bill), 1992-1994
[3 folders]
Bill Ratliff for State Senate, 1989-1992
Ray, Bennie E., 1993-1994
Ray, William H. (Bill), 1992
Raymond, Richard E., 1992-1994
Reeves, Blair, 1992-1993
Box
2005/145-35 Reeves, Bruce, 1994
Reis, Steven E., 1992-1994
Reitmeyer, James C.
(Note: Name is on list, but file is missing.)
Repp, Glenn A., 1992-1994
Rex, James L., 1992-1994
Reyna, Elvira, 1993-1994
Reynolds, Charles L., 1992-1994
Rhodes, Alec, 1993-1994
Citizens for Alec Rhodes, 1993-1994
Rice, Daniel C. (Dan), 1992-1994
Rice, William Clarence (Bill), 1992
Richard, N. M. (Rick)
(Note: Name is on list, but file is missing.)
Richards, David L., 1993-1994
Richardson, Bob, 1992
Bob Richardson Campaign Committee, 1992
Rickhoff, Tom, 1991-1994
Riedel, Nile B., 1993
Riley, Jerry (Ray), 1992-1994
Roades, Charles E. (Chuck), 1992
Roades, John L., 1992-1993
Roberts, M. Scott, 1992-1993
Robertson, Sam, 1993-1994
Robinson, Jack, 1993-1994
Robnett, Nolan J. Jr. (Buzz), 1992-1993
Rodriguez, Alonzo Torres, 1992-1994
Rodriguez, Ciro D., 1992-1993
Rodriguez, David R., 1992-1993
Rodriguez, Nelda V., 1993-1994
Rodriguez, Rene Daniel, 1992
Rogers, Anthony, 1992-1993
Rohne, Wayne A., 1993-1994
Romero, Rosemarie, 1992-1993
(Misfile: Treasurer for Democrats for Darrell Castillo)
Romo, Sylvia S., 1992-1994
Rosenberg, Barbara E., 1992-1994
[2 folders]
Ross, Suzann J., 1992-1993
Ross, Tipton S., 1992-1993
Rosson, Margaret Ann (Peggy), 1992-1994
Rowe, Gordon H. Jr., 1992
Rubio, Jose M. (Joe) Jr., 1993-1994
Rudd, Jim D., 1992-1994
[2 folders]
Jim Rudd Appreciation Committee, 1992-1993
Box
2005/145-36 Ruiz, Paul Samuel, 1992
Rusling, Barbara, 1992-1994
Russell, Sam W., 1992-1994
Rylander, Carole Keeton, 1992-1994
Friends of Carole Keeton Rylander, 1992-1993
[3 folders]
Sadler, Paul Lindsey, 1992-1994
Salisbury, Mary I., 1992-1994
Salvant, Wayne Francis, 1994
Sanchez, Louis Leonard, 1981, 1992
Sanchez, Margarita (Margie), 1993-1994
Sanchez, Orlando, 1992-1993
Sanchez, Tomas Reyna Jr., 1993-1994
Sanchez, Tommy, 1992
Sandel, Jerry A., 1992-1994
Sanders, Lee, 1993-1994
Sanders, Lonnie J. Jr., 1993-1994
Sandoval, Mark Timothy (M.T.), 1992-1993
Sanford, Phala R., 1992
Sanford, Phil Eugene, 1992-1993
Santiestban, H. Tati, 1992
Santiestban Re-Election Committee, 1992
Satterlee, Harold E., 1992-1993
Saunders, James W. (Jim), 1993-1994
Saunders, Robert M., 1992-1994
Saxon, Stella H., 1992-1994
Scarborough, Scott L., 1992-1994
Schechter, Sue Ann, 1992-1994
Schein, David D., 1992-1993
Michael J. Schless Steering Committee, 1992-1993
Schneider, Robert Allen (Bob), 1992-1994
Schoolcraft, Alan Lee, 1992-1993
Schomp, Bonnie Jan, 1992-1993
Box
2005/145-37 Schrandt, Tom, 1992
Schraub, B. B., 1992-1994
Schuster, Jody, 1992
Scott, Jacalyn D., 1992-1994
Sebesta, Charles J. Jr., 1992-1994
Sears, Ross A., 1992-1994
Seerden, Robert J., 1992-1994
Robert J. Seerden for Chief Justice, 1993-1994
Robert J. Seerden Re-Election Committee, 1992-1993
Seidel, Esther J., 1993
Segovia, Herman H., 1993-1994
Seidenschwarz, Todd Glen, 1993-1994
Seidlits, Curtis Lee Jr. (Curt), 1992-1994
Sellers, Chuck, 1993
Sellers, William Thomas, 1992-1993
Sentell, Marvin Forest, 1992-1993
Serna, Gilberto (Gilbert), 1993-1994
Serna, Roberto, 1992-1993
Shapiro, Florence, 1992-1994
[3 folders]
Shapleigh, Eliot
(Note: Name is on list, but file is missing; list says "go to Box 100.")
Sharp, John Spencer, 1992-1993
Texans for John Sharp, 1989-1994
[3 folders]
Shaw, Larry Don, 1991-1993
Friends of Larry Shaw, 1992-1993
Shea, Gwyn C., 1988-1994
Shelby, Michael T. (Mike), 1992
Mike Shelby for State Representative, 1992-1993
Box
2005/145-38 Shelley, Daniel O. (Dan), 1992-1994
Shelton, James T. (Jim), 1993-1994
Shields, John H., 1992-1994
Friends of John Shields, 1992-1994
Shindler, Daniel W., 1992
Shull, Alfred Eugene (Gene), 1992-1994
Friends of Gene Shull Committee, 1992
Siebert, William E. (Bill), 1992-1994
Friends of Bill Siebert, 1992-1994
Sibley, David M., 1992-1994
[3 folders]
Silva, Huriberto, 1992-1993
Simmons, Stephen W. (Steve), 1992-1993
Sims, Alonzo Griffin (Lonnie), 1992
Sims, Melvin Kent, 1992-1994
Sims, Randall C., 1993-1994
Sims, William M. (Bill), 1992-1994
Singleton, Martha Redd, 1992-1994
Sisk, John Timothy (Tim), 1992-1994
Skeen, Marc L., 1991-1993
Box
2005/145-39 Slagle, Robert C. III (Bob), 1992-1994
Slaughter, Dale L., 1992-1994
Sloan, Raymond E. (Earl), 1992
Smith, Arling D. Jr. (Dalton), 1992-1994
Smith, Ashley, 1989-1994
[2 folders]
Smith, Bea Ann, 1992-1994
Smith, Jack H., 1993-1994
Smith, John Luther, 1992-1993
Smith, John R., 1992-1993
Smith, Kent L., 1992-1994
Smith, Leonard Barton, 1992
Committee To Elect Leonard Smith, 1992-1994
Smith, Richard A., 1992
Richard Smith for State Senate, 1992-1994
Smith, Ricky B., 1989-1994
Smith, Stephen H., 1992-1994
Smith, Victor
(Note: Name is on list, but file is missing.)
Smith, William D. (Bill), 1992-1994
Smithee, John T., 1992-1994
Soechting, Charles E., 1993-1994
Soileau, Curtis Lloyd, 1992-1993
Solis, Santiago J. (Jim), 1992-1994
Solis, Miguel (Mickey), 1993-1994
Sosa, Esteban, 1992-1994
Spears, Monroe, 1993-1994
Spector, Rose, 1992-1994
[2 folders]
Speers, Peter C. III, 1992-1993
Spurlock, Joe II, 1992-1993
Stanley, Kevin M., 1992-1994
Stem, Robert M., 1992-1994
Stevenson, Clarence N., 1992-1993
Stevenson, Randall T. (Randy), 1994
Stewart, Annette, 1992-1993
Stewart, Michael K., 1993
Stickels, John William, 1992-1994
Stigall, Charles C., 1992
Box
2005/145-40 Stiles, Mark Wayne, 1992-1994
[2 folders]
Stone, Catherine M., 1993-1994
Strauss, Gus J., 1992-1994
Strauss, Olin B., 1992-1994
Stubbeman, David G., 1993-1994
Sutton, John Ewing, 1992-1996
Sutton, Roger K. (Kent), 1992-1993
Sutton, Ronald L, 1992-1994
Swift, Richard Ernest Jr. (Dick), 1992-1994
Swinford, David Anthony, 1992-1994
[2 folders]
Taft, Timothy Grant, 1993-1994
Tallas, James L. (Jim), 1992-1994
Tallas for Texas Committee, 1992-1994
[2 folders]
Talton, Robert Edwin, 1992-1994
Tanner, Perry A. Jr., 1992
Tate, Garvin L. Jr., 1992-1993
Tauss, Cynthia S., 1992-1993
Taylor, M. A., 1992-1994
Taylor, William J. III, 1992
Teague, Johnny Mark, 1992
Tefteller, Charles Todd, 1994
Tegtmeyer, Karen A., 1992-1993
Tejeda, Frank M., 1992-1993
Telford, Barry Bradford, 1992-1993
Terrell, Richard Clark, 1992-1993
Texas Democratic Party, 1992-1996
[2 folders]
Box
2005/145-41 Thigpen, Joseph, 1992
Thomas, Bob L., 1992-1994
Thomas, Leslie L. Sr., 1992-1993
Thomas, Linda B., 1992-1994
Thomas, Paula L., 1992-1994
Thomas, William Neal (Bill), 1992-1994
Thompson, Garfield W. (Gary), 1992-1994
Thompson, Jim Noble (Jimmie), 1992-1994
Thompson, Philip A., 1993
Thompson, Senfronia, 1992-1994
Thompson, Shirley C., 1993-1994
Thorn, Charles, 1993-1994
Thornton, Jerry Thomas, 1993-1994
Thornton, R. E., 1992-1993
Thurmond, George M., 1992-1994
Tidwell, Russ, 1992-1993
Tillery, Dale B., 1993-1994
Tomlinson, Bill E., 1992-1993
Toomey, Mike, 1992
Torres, Gerard L., 1993-1994
Touchy, Stephen, 1993-1994
Tounget, Craig R., 1994
Towery, Roger E., 1992-1994
Townsend, Millard Arnold, 1992-1993
Towslee, Harold R., 1992-1994
Trevino, Rene Agustine Salas, 1993-1994
Triplett-Hurt, Betsy Ann, 1992-1993
Truan, Carlos F., 1992-1993
Friends of Senator Truan, 1992-1993
[2 folders]
Trujillo, Fortino P. (Tino), 1992
Friends of Tino Campaign Committee, 1992
Plano Education Association--PAC for Tino Trujillo, 1992
Tucker, Phyllis A., 1992
Turner, Dimitra F.S., 1993-1994
Turner, James W. (Jim), 1992-1994
Turner, Robert R. (Bob), 1992-1993
Turner Sylvester 1992-1994
Turner, Timothy J. (Tim), 1992-1994
Box
2005/145-42 Tyler, M.C. Jr., 1992
Uher, Donald Ray (Tom), 1992-1994
Untermeyer, Charles G. (Chase), 1990-1993
Chase Untermeyer Campaign Fund, 1994
Uribe, Hector, 1992-1994
Valadez, Albert G., 1992-1994
Valdez, Carlos, 1992-1994
Valdez, Rogelio (Roy), 1989-1993
(Missing p. 10 of July 5, 1993 report.)
Vance, William Ray (Bill), 1992-1994
Van de Putte, Leticia, 1990-1993
VanderVoort, Ken L., 1992-1993
Van Hightower, Nikki R., 1992-1993
Van Horn, Jeffrey (Jeff), 1993-1994
Van Orden, Charles H., 1993-1994
Varley, Val J., 1994
Vaughan, Julia E., 1993-1994
Vega, Juan Ramon, 1993-1994
Venner, George A. Sr., 1993-1994
Villareal, Hector J., 1993-1994
Volcik, Michael Randal, 1992
Vollers, Jim, 1992-1993
Von Dohlen, Tim 1992-1993
Committee To Elect Tim Von Dohlen, 1992-1994
[2 folders]
Vowell, Jack C., 1992-1994
Waibel, Randall H., 1992-1993
Walker, Ronald Linn, 1992-1993
Wallace, James P. (Jim), 1992-1994
Wallace, Mack, 1992-1994
Wallace, Ralph R. III, 1992-1993
Wallace, Tommy Wayne, 1992-1994
Walls, Max E., 1992
Waltermire, Frank G., 1993-1994
Walthall, Roy Dell, 1992-1994
Democrats for Walthall, 1992-1993
Walther, Barbara Ann Lane, 1992-1994
Ward, Mary Stogner, 1992-1994
Warren, William Spencer (Bill) Jr., 1992
Washington, Craig C., 1992
Washington-Becnel, Melva, 1992-1996
Waterfield, Dick, 1992-1993
Watkins, Gary L., 1992-1993
Watson, Ed R., 1992-1994
Box
2005/145-43 Watson, Forrest E., 1992
Friends of Forrest Watson, 1992
Watson, Richard Wayne, 1992-1994
Weatherford, Wendell L., 1992-1993
Weaver, Harland (Tod), 1992-1993
Weaver, Richard K., 1992
Webster, Jeffery Scott (Jeff), 1992-1993
Committee To Elect Jeff Webster, 1992-1993
Weeks, John Wilson, 1992-1994
Weisfeld, Rosalie, 1992
Welch, William Otis (Bill), 1992
Wentworth, Jefferey E.
(Note: Name is on list, but file is missing; list says "go to Box 100.")
West, G. E. (Buddy), 1990-1994
West, Royce B., 1992-1994
[2 folders]
Westergren, Mike, 1993-1994
Westerlage, John E., 1992-1993
Whitaker, Melvin D., 1992-1993
White, Bill M., 1992-1994
White, Bob, 1992-1993
White, Lunita Johnson
(Note: Name is on list, but file is missing.)
White, Mark W., 1992-1994
Mark White Campaign 1990, 1992-1994
White, Thomas W. (Tom), 1992
Whitham, Warren, 1992
Whitehead, Martha H., 1993-1994
Whitmire, John H., 1987-1994
[2 folders]
Friends for John Whitmire Committee, 1992
Whittington, John, 1992
Whittington, Mark L., 1992-1994
Wice, Brian W., 1992-1993
Wiggins, Kevin Bernard, 1986-1993
Williams, Bobby Chad (Chad), 1992-1993
Clayton Williams for Governor Committee, 1992
Williams, Jay, 1993-1994
Box
2005/145-44 Williams, Joseph Arthur (Art), 1991-1992
Williamson, Barry A., 1979-1994
[7 folders]
Williamson, Richard F. (Ric), 1992-1994
[2 folders]
Willingham, Jack G., 1992-1994
Willis, Doyle H. Jr., 1992-1993
Willis, Doyle [Sr.], 1992-1994
Willy, John G., 1992-1994
Wilson, Davie L., 1992-1994
Wilson, Martha J. (Janie), 1992-1993
Wilson, Ron, 1992-1994
Wilson, S. Phil, 1992
Box
2005/145-45 Winick, Seth R., 1993-1994
Winkfield, Earnest D., 1992-1994
Wise, Miguel David, 1993-1994
Wittig, Don E., 1993-1994
Committee To Elect Don Wittig Attorney General, 1993-1994
Wolens, Steven D. (Steve), 1992-1994
Wolfe, Michael Price (Mike), 1993-1994
Womack, Dana Michelle, 1993
Wood, Kathryn Ann (Toy), 1992-1994
Woodard, Jerry, 1992-1993
Woods, Lonnie E., 1993-1994
Woods, Wilber G. (Dub) Jr., 1992-1994
Woolley, Beverly M., 1993-1994
Workman, Mike, 1992-1993
Wortham, Gregory Lewis, 1992-1993
Wray, Wanda Mason, 1992
Wright, John Robert Jr., 1993-1994
Wright, Larry, 1992-1993
Wulfe, Lonnie Clarence, 1992-1993
Yanez, Linda Reyna, 1993-1994
Yarborough, Bill H., 1993-1994
Yarbrough, Kenneth W. (Ken), 1992-1994
Yarbrough, Michael, 1992
Yates, Leslie B. = Brock, Leslie Ann, 1993-1994
Yeager, Ronald M., 1992-1994
Yokie, Gary Linn, 1992-1993
Yost, Gerald V. (Jerry), 1992-1994
Young, David Lynn, 1992-1994
Young, Jack D., 1992-1993
Youngblood, David Wayne, 1993
Zaeske, Lou, 1992
Committee To Elect Lou Zaeske, 1992-1993
Zaffirini, Judith, 1992-1994
Friends of Senator Judith Zaffirini, 1992-1994
Zavoda, David P., 1992-1993
Zbranek, Zeb Davidson, 1992-1994
Zermeno, Elizabeth M. (Liz), 1993-1994
Zuniga, Jesse Jr., 1993-1994

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State officers personal financial statements, 1992-1996,
67 cubic ft.

One of the primary functions of the Texas Ethics Commission is to receive and make available to the public the various ethics filings required by Texas law, including State officers personal financial statements. Personal financial statements were created to comply with state ethics legislation providing for the disclosure of financial assets and possible conflicts of interest of elected, salaried, or appointed officers and executive heads of state agencies, and candidates for elected office. These filings help to ensure public accountability from state officers, encouraging high ethical standards by means of public scrutiny of the appropriate records.
These records consist of financial disclosure statements of the following: state officers (i.e., elected officers at the state or district level, appointed officers, salaried appointed officers, appointed officers of major state agencies, and executive heads of state agencies), candidates for elective office, and party chairmen. The records date 1992-1996. Files report the financial activities of the individual, and of his spouse and dependent children (if the individual had actual control over that financial activity during the preceding calendar year). Financial activities include the following types of assets and liabilities: (1) a list of all sources of occupational income, identified by employer, or if self-employed, by the nature of the occupation; (2) identification by name and the category of the number of shares of stock of any business entity held or acquired, and if sold, the category of the amount of net gain or loss realized from the sale; (3) a list of all bonds, notes, and other commercial paper held or acquired, and if sold, the category of the amount of net gain or loss realized from the sale; (4) identification of each source and the category of the amount of income in excess of $500 derived from each source from interest, dividends, royalties, and rents; (5) identification of each guarantor of a loan and identification of each person or financial institution to whom a personal note or notes or lease agreement for a total financial liability in excess of $1,000 existed at any time during the year, and the category of the amount of the liability; (6) identification by description of all beneficial interests in real property and business entities held or acquired, and if sold, the category of the amount of the net gain or loss realized from the sale; (7) identification of a person or other organization from which the individual or the individual's spouse or dependent children received a gift of anything of value in excess of $250 and a description of each gift, except: a gift received from an individual related to the individual at any time within the second degree by consanguinity or affinity, as determined under Subchapter A, Chapter 573 of the Texas Government Code; a political contribution that was reported as required by law; and an expenditure required to be reported by a person required to be registered under Texas Government Code, Chapter 305; (8) identification of the source and the category of the amount of all income received as beneficiary of a trust and identification of each asset, if known to the beneficiary, from which income was received by the beneficiary in excess of $500; (9) identification by description and the category of the amount of all assets and liabilities of a corporation or partnership in which 50 percent or more of the outstanding ownership was held, acquired, or sold; (10) a list of all boards of directors of which the individual is a member and executive positions that the individual holds in corporations, firms, partnerships, or proprietorships, stating the name of each corporation, firm, partnership, or proprietorship and the position held; (11) identification of any person providing transportation, meals, or lodging expenses permitted under Texas Penal Code, Section 36.07(b), and the amount of those expenses, other than expenditures required to be reported under Texas Government Code, Chapter 305; and (12) any partnership, joint venture, or other business association, excluding a publicly held corporation, in which both the state officer and a lobbyist registered under Texas Government Code, Chapter 305 have an interest.
These records may be restricted. Please refer back to the Restrictions statements listed early in this inventory, which are also repeated in the full finding aid linked in the next paragraph.
The inventories for the State officers personal financial statements are in separate finding aids due to electronic file size limitations imposed by TARO. If you are reading this electronically, click on the links Texas Ethics Commission state officers personal financial statements, Part I: A thru K and Texas Ethics Commission state officers personal financial statements, Part II: L thru Z to go to the full finding aids. If you are reading this in paper, the series finding aids are found at separate dividers within the binder.

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Administrative correspondence, 1997-2000, undated, bulk 1999,
1 cubic ft.

One of the primary functions of the Texas Ethics Commission is to receive and make available to the public the various ethics filings required by Texas law. The 1991 enabling legislation required that the Texas Ethics Commission "establish an electronic data base composed of statements and reports filed with the commission," cross-referenced, and subject to online public access. It also allowed the commission to "develop computer software to facilitate the discharge of its statutory duties." The commission has scanned paper copies of the most frequently requested filings onto optical disks, and accepts electronic filings. Passed 1999, House Bill 2611 (76th Texas Legislature, Regular Session), requires certain candidates, officeholders, and political committees to file reports of contributions and expenditures electronically. This series of administrative correspondence specifically relates to that function.
These records include correspondence, memoranda, a request for offer (RFO), vendor's responses to the RFO, reports and studies, surveys, bill analyses, notes, spreadsheets, and audiocassettes of Texas Senate hearings. All of this material relates to the development of an electronic filing system. Dates covered are 1997-2000 and undated, with the bulk of it from 1999.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in the order they were received from the creating agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Administrative correspondence, Texas Ethics Commission records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2008/113
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Ethics Commission on March 12, 2008.
Restrictions on Access
Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
Technical Requirements
To listen to the audio recordings, please contact the Archives' Preservation Officer. Audio cassettes require playback equipment provided by the Archives' Preservation Officer.
Processed by
Tony Black, March 2008
Box
2008/113 Electronic filing, Tom Harrison, 1997, 2000
SDR Technologies, Overview: Response to RFO for a disclosure filing system, 1999
[Electronic filing notebook], 1999:
Timeline
[empty]
Vendors
RFO
Sample RFO
Notes
Bill analysis/Fiscal note
Survey of states
Filer survey
Memos from T[om] H[arrison]
SDR Technologies: e-Government Solutions, Disclosure Filings System RFO#3560002, 1999
[binder]
ADTEK Corporation, RFO#3560002, 1999
[binder]
Loose materials, 2000
[now in wallet]
Business rules, undated
SRS [DFS Electronic Filing System Requirements Specification], 1999
Design document, undated
Issues and action items, undated
[Loose materials], 1999
Error messages, 1999
12/22 spreadsheet, undated
Spreadsheets, undated
Texas Senate: State Affairs [Committee], April 15, 1999
[3 audio cassettes]
76th Senate Conference Committee, House Bill 1, April 27, 1999
[2 audio cassettes: 2 and 3 of 4]

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